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The BC Organization Development Network (BC ODN) is a virtual learning community of practitioners in a wide variety of organizations. Our members are employed by private industry, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. We also operate consulting firms, engage in private practice, and teach.
We're here to help you create remarkable experiences for yourself, your clients, and your practice while striving to create awareness of organization development (OD) in the business community.

Notice a new look? Yes, the BCODN is getting more than a facelift. We’ll be integrating new tools and services with an official launch in mid-March. In the meantime, we just wanted to keep you in the loop. If you have questions, just email info@bcodn.org

BCODN News

Upcoming events

  • Thu, 02/12/2015 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
    Event type: Non-ODN Events

    This series is based on the premise that trauma is inherent in our organizational lives AND that continued personal and professional transformation and thriving is possible in spite of trauma. However, our understanding and orientation to organizational trauma determines whether we can continue to grow and thrive and whether we can positively impact others and our environments for transformation. This series is an application of research in posttraumatic growth, including my own, to organizational life.

  • Tue, 02/17/2015 - 6:30pm
    Event type: Workshop
     
    Workshop Description:
    Building Community Organizations (BCO) is a mentorship program of the BC Organization Development Network.
     
    Under this program, emerging OD practitioners volunteer to work on organizational issues with non-profit organizations.  Their work is shadowed and lead by a senior consultant who provides them with coaching and mentoring as they work collaboratively with the non-profit client usually on 2-4 month long projects.
     
  • Tue, 02/24/2015 - 6:30pm
    Event type: Workshop
     
    Workshop Description:
    Building Community Organizations (BCO) is a mentorship program of the BC Organization Development Network.
     
    Under this program, emerging OD practitioners volunteer to work on organizational issues with non-profit organizations.  Their work is shadowed and lead by a senior consultant who provides them with coaching and mentoring as they work collaboratively with the non-profit client usually on 2-4 month long projects.
     

From the BCODN President

Join our Group Discussions on Linkedin.com. Enjoy a remarkable experience with the Conversations on OD – and  – BCODN LinkedIn Group